Practically every minute of every day, someone in the U.S. is in an auto accident. That’s according to stats from the National Highway Traffic Association.
A man has previously been arrested five times for driving under the influence (DUI) was somehow allowed to keep his license. Unfortunately, a husband and wife were the victims when the convicted driver decided to drink and drive yet again.
Thankfully, the City of Seattle has agreed to pay the victims’ surviving family members $13 million.
After being offered just $50,000 by his employer following an injury on the job, a former employer was awarded $1.63 million by a jury.
Rather than taking the low-ball settlement offer, the victim was wise to secure the services of a personal injury lawyer who was not afraid to take the case all the way to court.
In this issue, the Alaska personal injury lawyers will talk about the specifics of the case, and the importance of selecting a lawyer with the courage to refuse a settlement and proceed to court.